The Bynoe's gecko is widely distributed across various habitats across Australia. They are a very interesting species as they reproduce by parthenogenesis (asexual cloning) a very rare method of reproduction in vertebrates. In captivity they are a communal species that thrive when kept in small groups. They are a small species that only grows to a maximum of 12cm. An excellent option for someone looking for an unusual species of gecko that is easy to keep and very seldomly kept.
|LATIN NAME||Heteronotia binoei|
|SEX||Females only (Parthenogenic species)|
|ADULT SIZE||2.5-3in (10-12cm)|
|ADULT ENCLOSURE SIZE||12 x 12 x 18in (30 x 30 x 45cm)|